C&O 614 in "cammo" while being painted green for the Greenbrier Presidential Express
A cab shot of C&O 5828 a EMD GP7 on display at the C&O railway heritage center.
Nearing the end of it’s 190 mile roundtrip to Port Jervis, Ross Roland storms the Hackensack River at track speed. The lump on the tender top is a crewman shaking some coal loose to feed the stoke... (more)
Power for this evening's eastbound "George Washington"
Post-creation of CSX Corporation, but before Seaboard System and later incarnations, the C&O began pooling with the L&N between Cincinnati and Louisville rather than using its old route via Winche... (more)
Now arriving Clifton Forge. A COHS / Fire and Light / Me production. (Yes we forgot to line the switch back after moving other rolling stock out of the way)
Southbound C&O freight at Alexandria, VA || July 1957 Photo by Bob Drake, Tom Sink Collection
A young couple have just boarded an evening train to Cincinnati as a C&O conductor checks their ticket.
C&O 614 pauses just short of JD Cabin waiting for orders to proceed east.
C&O employees poses on the pilot of C&O 614 in the Smiths Creek Yard of the C&O Historical Society.
Holding short of JD Cabin, the engineer of C&O 614 awaits for a clear board to continue east out of Clifton Forge.
It is the summer of 1970 less than a year before Amtrak, and C&O 4027 and 4016 wait for their train at Cincinnati Union Terminal.
In preparation for a night photo shoot of C&O 614, a local and his tractor assist with the moving of C&O 5828, another museum piece in the Smiths Creek Yard.
Eastbound C&O passenger train George Washington rounding the curve at Quinnimont with a C&O 2-6-6-2 resting to the right. Photo by Bob Drake from the Tom Sink Collection